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Welcome to Hotel California

Welcome to Hotel California

    Hotels and New Construction in Pasadena Pose Questions for Affordable Housing By Terry Miller Welcome to the Hotel California Such a lovely place (such a lovely place) Such…

Pasadena Homeless Count Exceeds 500

Pasadena Homeless Count Exceeds 500

    How many people are currently homeless in Pasadena? How many of them are families, youth, or veterans? The answers to these questions and more were answered by Pasadena…

Pasadena Residents Rally Saturday to Save Civic Center and Surrounding Trees

Pasadena Residents Rally Saturday to Save Civic Center and Surrounding Trees

    By Terry Miller Dozens of Pasadena residents joined forces Saturday morning in the publicly-owned park facing city hall (100 N. Garfield Ave.), for the clear and definite purpose…

Perry’s Joint’s Community-Driven Scholarships Give Hope to Three Mustangs

Perry’s Joint’s Community-Driven Scholarships Give Hope to Three Mustangs

    On Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Perry’s Joint will be donating 100 percent of its proceeds from the day to help three young people on their…

Lee Baca Indicted by Federal Grand Jury on Three Counts; Could Face 20 years in Prison

Lee Baca Indicted by Federal Grand Jury on Three Counts; Could Face 20 years in Prison

A federal grand jury today indicted former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca on federal charges alleging that he conspired to obstruct justice, obstructed justice, and lied to the federal…

For an Astute Student of Game, Baseball Was Always a Calling

For an Astute Student of Game, Baseball Was Always a Calling

  By Johnathan Vogel   As the New York Yankees were playing in the World Series at the old Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, a three-year-old Noeh Martinez first had…

Coming to America

Coming to America

    Miller’s Immigration (Part Two) By Terry Miller The first thing to know about immigration is that it is a very long, drawn-out process. In my case, I came…

Thousands of Guns Melted Down

Thousands of Guns Melted Down

    23rd Annual Event Is Largest Ever at Rancho Cucamonga, Steel Mill Transforms Firearms Into Steel Rebar for New Roads, Freeways, and Buildings A record 7,044 guns were reborn…

One Immigrant’s Tale of Two Countries

One Immigrant’s Tale of Two Countries

    Like Father – Like Son By Terry Miller Many of you may know me as the photographer and editor for these newspapers. For the past 17 years I…

Council Secures ‘Reliable, Low-Cost’ Energy Source for Next Half-Century

Council Secures ‘Reliable, Low-Cost’ Energy Source for Next Half-Century

      By Gus Herrera At their regular meeting on Monday, the Pasadena City Council approved two critical items for the city’s future. The first, Item 4 on the…

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